SumUp - Accept card payments

SumUp - Accept card payments


Turn your smartphone or tablet into a card terminal and accept card payments from your customers for only 1.95% per transaction.

“SumUp’s unique and easy-to-use technology means that we now never miss out on a sale, and with conditions as tough as they are, small businesses like ours really can’t afford to miss out.“
- Jim Stewart, from eco-snowsports company Butta

This is how easily you can accept card payments with SumUp
1. Enter amount in the SumUp App.
2. Insert the customer’s card into the SumUp PIN+ Card Terminal.
3. Your customer approves the payment by entering his PIN.

Done! Optionally, you can send a receipt via text message or email.

Why merchants love SumUp
- No monthly fee, no contract duration
- Only 1.95% per transaction
- Accept Visa, VPay, Visa Debit, MasterCard, Maestro and American Express
- Secure payouts to your bank account
- Compliant with the highest security standards for card payments
- Support of network printer: Star Micronics TSP-100
- Support of mobile Bluetooth printer: Bixolon SPP-R200II

Get started today: Download the SumUp App and order your PIN+ Card Terminal from within the app or at www.sumup.com

Recent changes:
- Improved PIN+ card reader detection when using Bluetooth
- Fixes detection of Chip&Signature card readers on Motorola Devices running Android 5.0
- General bug fixes and stability improvements
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Free
82
4.1
User ratings
1743
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
2
File size
7634 kb
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About SumUp - Accept card payments
Turn your smartphone or tablet into a card terminal and accept card payments from your customers for only 1.95% per transaction.

“SumUp’s unique and easy-to-use technology means that we now never miss out on a sale, and with conditions as tough as they are, small businesses like ours really can’t afford to miss out.“
- Jim Stewart, from eco-snowsports company Butta

This is how easily you can accept card payments with SumUp
1. Enter amount in the SumUp App.
2. Insert the customer’s card into the SumUp PIN+ Card Terminal.
3. Your customer approves the payment by entering his PIN.

Done! Optionally, you can send a receipt via text message or email.

Why merchants love SumUp
- No monthly fee, no contract duration
- Only 1.95% per transaction
- Accept Visa, VPay, Visa Debit, MasterCard, Maestro and American Express
- Secure payouts to your bank account
- Compliant with the highest security standards for card payments
- Support of network printer: Star Micronics TSP-100
- Support of mobile Bluetooth printer: Bixolon SPP-R200II

Get started today: Download the SumUp App and order your PIN+ Card Terminal from within the app or at www.sumup.com

Recent changes:
- Improved PIN+ card reader detection when using Bluetooth
- Fixes detection of Chip&Signature card readers on Motorola Devices running Android 5.0
- General bug fixes and stability improvements

User reviews of SumUp - Accept card payments
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
Like it Use it for b/b payments with chip and pin reader and works every time but austrailian card seem to be a problem hope its worldwide soon Thanks sumup
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Very useful app in my small business. Highly recommended. Great support.
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Huge improvement!! Great idea and really helpful staff, but this app. was seriously flawed and very 'messy' when trying to use it with Visa cards and the old system of card reader. I was asked to Beta test the new chip and pin machine which again had some real issues initially, however a software update later and it worked like a dream. My customers really impressed and takings up by a third. It took a while ( over 18 months) to perfect the system, but they got there in the end. The real bonus? 1.95% interest puts Sum up top.
A Google User
Dec 29, 2014
Not a dislike but won't let me register Download the app but carnt get passed the second part won't let me put more than one thing in ?
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Visa payments? Can some one tell me if sum up now takes visa card without all the fuss that other reviews talk about? I have heard that it does but there's no evidence here so far...